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How to Conduct a Mock OSHA Audit  

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Online Compliance Panel

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Owners, Plant Managers, Supervisors, Safety and H.R. Professionals, Safety managers, Internal auditors, Compliance officers, Safety committee members, HR professionals, Facility managers, Chief engineers, General managers, Department heads, Risk managers

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Seminar Summary:

This training program will help attendees to learn the efficient and time-tested way to conduct an OSHA audit of their facility and then what to do with it! Attendees will also learn the OSHA hazards and how to avoid those hazards. (see full course description)

 

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Training Course Syllabus:


Objectives of the Presentation

This webinar will give you clear direction from great experience so you not only donīt feel overwhelmed, but you also have confidence regarding:
What OSHA requires for workplace analysis
The How toīs of conducting an Audit and why they are so efficient and beneficial to you
What to do with your findings

Why Should you Attend

Are you overwhelmed or scared at the thought of OSHA conducting a walk-through of your facility? Many owners, plant managers, supervisors and even safety professionals are overwhelmed and often donīt take the time necessary to conduct a thorough Mock OSHA Audit. Donīt wait until someone gets hurt or OSHA fines you to get serious about evaluating the hazards in your work practices and in your workplace! Learn the efficient and time-tested way to conduct an Audit of your facility and then what to do with it!

Do the OSHA standards overwhelm you? Do you know where to start to evaluate the hazards at your facility?

OSHAīs General Duty Clause as well as the OSHA standards mandate that manufacturers and all employers in general industry take 4 actions to ensure a safety workplace:
Identify the hazards in their workplace
Implement ways to avoid or protect against those hazards
Train your employees on items #1 and #2, and finally
Supervise to ensure adherence to that training
Sadly, many companies fall short not only in the supervision, but in the first three items as well. Furthermore, OSHA mandates that regular workplace inspections be conducted and documented. Just about every company could do better and knows they should, but often get overwhelmed.

Areas Covered

What OSHA Requires
The General Duty Clause
The OSHA Standards
How to Conduct an Audit (8 things that you cannot forget to do and why!)
Start in the Maintenance Department
Conduct the audit systematically
Spend all the time necessary to take detailed notes that correspond to every picture
Always talk with employees as often as possible
Ensure as much work is being done as possible
Avoid days when sections of the plant are shut down
Focus on observing the work being done
Concentrate on the unsafe behaviors 1st, and then on the unsafe conditions
Get the entire leadership team on board in-advance and hold a pre and post meeting with all in attendance
Provide a cover letter with the written report
How to properly, practically and most-efficiently write the report with some doīs and donīts
What to do with the Findings
How and What to Prioritize for your next steps

Seminar Summary:

This training program will help attendees to learn the efficient and time-tested way to conduct an OSHA audit of their facility and then what to do with it! Attendees will also learn the OSHA hazards and how to avoid those hazards. (see full course description)

 

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